Songs

Songs

Songs can stimulate language and social skills development in children with ASD.  Hokey Pokey, Itsy Bitsy Spider and the classic Old MacDonald had a Farm are just a few songs you can find in this section. Music is an efficient form of therapy that can help your child find alternative ways to communicate. 

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    Music is an efficient form of therapy that can help your child find alternative ways to communicate. Click here for more fun and educational songs.

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